Question about Computers & Internet
Go to Control Panel >> Sound >> Play back tab >> Right click on Speaker and set it default.
Connect Headset >> Play any music >> As soon as the music started, remove the headset with a slight ****.
Restart Audio services if issue is same and then update the audio driver.
Start search >> services.msc >> right pane, double click on Windows Audio >> Stop >> Start >> Startup Type: Automatic.
Update the drivers
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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